Now you can engage community members on projects they care about, quickly and easily. Build relationships, get quick feedback and move your projects forward. With Instant Input, community input is easy to come by, even on your smallest projects.
Instant Input is where citizens can see what’s new in their community using a map tool or project listing.
They can search by topics like transportation, playgrounds or housing. They can follow projects, review documents, add events to their calendars and answer short surveys. City, county, MPO and state projects reside on the same platform, creating one space for stakeholders to engage with many projects happening in their community.
The problem Instant Input aims to solve is that communication and technology has changed drastically, but government agencies and developers don’t have the ability to share information and solicit feedback from a wide array of stakeholders. Information is posted on many different websites. Citizens – especially young adults — want to know what is occurring in their community, but don’t know where to look or how to provide feedback.